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A monogram is a combination of two or more initials. Traditionally a monogram is created from the first name initial, your middle name initial and your surname or last name initial, presented with the last name initial prominently and larger in the centre. Today’s monograms for wedding invitations or personalised stationery can be quite fancy, artistic, professional and contemporary depending on your personal style. The crisp, embossed border on this large white informal note perfectly frames your personalised name or monogram. This bordered note will make your communication to family, friend or business associate truly distinctive. Each personalised note comes with a matching white envelope. Available from http://www.williamarthur.com
Featured here are some delightfully unique ways of displaying wedding table numbers and adding interest to your table setting. From table numbers painted onto hang tags tied to oversize helium balloons, to fresh German chamomile in a jar, wrapped in a white paper bag tied with a tag, to each table named after a city of significance, to a table number embroidered onto ribbon encircling the the largest box, all of which are topped with flowers to create a beautiful centrepiece, to table numbers stenciled onto pebbles, to small pieces of distressed wood, calligraphed with significant Italian words, to golden vessels bearing silver number stickers to create a glimmering display, and to stencilled large numbers onto runners that extend over the end of each table.
Looking for the perfect wedding favour to compliment your black and white themed wedding? Meteor Merlot, designed by WORK Labs, is unlike any wine bottle. The deep black bottle is covered in a random array of white constellations, creating a splatter paint effect. What makes each bottle unique is that due to the way the bottles are manufactured, no two bottles are the same. Also, the design is printed on the entire bottle for a flowing, uninterrupted design. According to LovelyPackaging.com,“The 360 degree print on the Merlot bottle is the only one we’ve ever seen that covers 100% of the bottle.”